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Austin Marathon Manzano Mile

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The Manzano will kick off the Ascension Seton Austin Marathon weekend!

The Manzano Mile is named for 2019 Austin Marathon Official Race Ambassador and 2012 Olympic silver medalist Leo Manzano. Leo is a highly decorated track star, four-time USATF National Champion, seven-time Team USA member, two-time Olympian, and the first Olympic medalist for the USA in the 1500m since 1968.

The Manzano Mile embodies Leo ’s passion for reaching out to the community, specifically to local youth, through health and fitness programs. The event will feature individual waves for Age Groups, Elite Divisions, and a Kids Run.

How to enter the Austin Marathon Manzano Mile

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Austin Marathon Manzano Mile route

The course is a circuit consisting of two long straights, see the map in the 'Course Maps' section for further clarification

Event Details

What’s Included
  • One-of-a-kind shirt
  • Snacks
  • Drinks

Awards for the Elite Division:

Manzano Mile prize purse: $6,000 total split evenly between men’s and women’s divisions

Overall Champions (open to elite waves only)

1st – $1200
2nd – $800
3rd – $400

Masters 40-49 (open to elites and age group participants)

1st male – $300
1st female – $300

Grandmasters 50+ (open to elites age group participants)

1st male – $300
1st female – $300

Elite Athletes must meet the following standards 2 years before Feb. 16, 2019

Male: 4:35
Female: 5:15

Awards – given to top 3 in each of the following age groups

19 & Under
Master (40-49)
Grand Master (50+)
Raceday Logistics
Packet Pick Up:

Manzano Mile presented by Dole Packet Pick Up is located near the start line from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. Please make sure that you have picked up your packet at least 30 minutes before your wave start. Parents may pick up packets for children under 18 years of age.


Starting at 11:00 AM, with waves starting approximately every 15 minutes.
Kit List

We advise training in clothes that you plan to race in for the event


Join the Austin Marathon volunteer team! Your volunteer time benefits the Austin Marathon runners, walkers, guests and staff by providing help in a variety of areas, including start & finish line, packet pick-up, information and water distribution. And just as importantly, volunteers provide the energy and enthusiasm to help encourage our runners to the finish line!

Our volunteer shifts will take place at the Expo (Friday 02/14 and Saturday 02/15) and on Race Day (Sunday 02/16/2020). Volunteers will receive an official volunteer t-shirt, refreshments during the shift and a huge thank you from the race team!

By helping to make the Austin Marathon a successful community event, our full team of volunteers, staff and supporters also help create economic opportunities for the City of Austin and Central Texas by way of the number of runners and guests visiting Austin for the race.


Pets make great training partners, but please leave them at home race morning. No pets allowed on course

Strollers are only allowed for the 5K distance.

Headphones are welcome, just make sure that you can hear the course marshals & instructions from course volunteers and staff.

Austin Marathon Manzano Mile weather forecast

Mostly cloudy throughout the day.

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High Five Events has over 45 years of event management experience ranging from 20,000 person running events to concerts featuring well-known artists such as Lee Ann Womack, Ben Kweller, Cory Morrow and Vallejo. High Five Events is known for outstanding customer service, organization, safety, and for the enjoyment they bring the attendees.



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